Gloucestershire Building Recording Group
WHO ARE WE & WHAT WE DO
The GBRG was founded in 1993. By 2014 the group had recorded 159 buildings in Gloucestershire, and around 64 buildings in the county have been precisely dated through tree‐ring dating.
Three main aims of the GBRG are:
- To be active in the recording of buildings.
- To encourage the publication of research on buildings.
- To act as a hub for information on building archaeology.
Siddington Tithe Barn
Our on going recording & research helps identify what building features and types are common or rare in Gloucestershire. Also, we are starting to develop online photographic records and glossaries of period features and buildings for the County.
We are not just interested in timber‐ framed buildings. Later brick buildings have their own datable features too. Learn the different types of roof Learn the different types of brick bonds If you have any queries, or own an old building which you would like to learn more about on its history, please get in touch with us.
Read the BBC article about the group here
Membership of the GBRG costs just £14 per year, (or just £12 per year if paid by standing order). Visit www.buildingarchaeology.org for details on how to join the Gloucestershire Building Recording Group.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Gloucester Buildings Recording Group, Oakraven Field Centre, Jubilee Rd, Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire, GL17 OEE.
Tel: 01594 369 343
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